Clelia Gore @MadmoiselleClel · 2h

And I'm also really craving some MG or YA narrative nonfiction. Something a middle grader or teen can really relate to--a true story that has resonance in their modern lives. A commercial story with curriculum appeal (not other way around). The 57 Bus was a recent fave #mswl

Clelia Gore @MadmoiselleClel · 2h

I am so eager to rep some really delicious middle grade. Open to pretty much anything though not a huge speculative fan, and I've already done time travel books so not into that at this time. I want lots of heart, I want to be surprised, I want to laugh or cry or both! #mswl

Spookybelle 🎃 @alibelle · 5h

Things I want in 2019: This generation's The OC/Gossip Girl and graphic novels across MG, teen and YA.

#amwriting #amreading #amquerying #mswl

Deborah Nemeth @DebNemeth · 6h

Deborah Nemeth @DebNemeth

I often post about my editor wishlist but the truth is I don't always know what I want till I read it. I never knew I wanted a mystery series with a dowser sleuth till @authorwendy subbed it. Never knew I'd love a paranormal mystery with a not-ghost sleuth till @jeralibu wrote it

Replying to @DebNemeth

So just because your story doesn't appear to match my editor wishlist, don't hesitate to send it in anyway. The unexpected stories are often the most exciting. I'm reading a manuscript submission right now that's giving me that delight in the unexpected. #MSWL

Lauren Spieller @laurenspieller · 7h

I spent all weekend binging Sex Education on Netflix and now I want a YA just like it 🙏🏽 #mswl

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 7h

“I’d love a super feminine adventure story for Middle Grade. Think mystery, high stakes, and difficult situations mixed with bright colors, glitter, and gemstones.” @msmariavicente #MSWL

Jonah Heller @jrheller87 · 19h

4/4 #MSWL Young adult: contemporary romance & dating; LGBTQ+; diverse families and ownvoices; captivating voice in narrative; well-structured mystery; survival; suspense; self-esteem; mental health; body positivity; well-rounded supporting cast; subversive outcast; happy endings.

Jonah Heller @jrheller87 · 19h

3/4 #MSWL Middle grade: character-focused narratives with compelling voice; coming of age; mystery; wilderness; historical adventure; contemporary humor; digestible plot; STEM; LGBTQ+; diverse families and ownvoices; author-illustrators; series proposals

Jonah Heller @jrheller87 · 19h

2/4 #MSWL Picture books: fiction-only; character-driven humor; quirky & well-developed characters; strong narrative; motivated page turn; heartwarming (but not suffocating); community; identity; friendship; self-esteem; LGBTQ; diverse families and ownvoices; author-illustrators.

Jonah Heller @jrheller87 · 19h

1/4 #MSWL Board books: early learning concepts (dates & time, body, senses, cooking/food, money); series proposals; economic and gripping language; LGBTQ+; diverse families and ownvoices; author-illustrators.

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 1d

"Multi POV, time slip or dual past/present narrative structure women’s fiction, historical, domestic suspense, or upmarket like THE ALICE NETWORK, THE SUBWAY GIRLS." @carlywatters #MSWL

Ghoulia McAhhhhhhh!rthy @thejumbles · 1d

I’d be honored to help amplify Native American voices through literature, and am very much seeking Native stories—picture book, MG, YA—as part of my #MSWL .

V for Vendetta @VeroniKaboom · 2d

When I reopen to queries (stay tuned for announcements soon) I would like to see a romance antihero in my inbox inspired by John Wick. That is all. #MSWL #RomanticSuspense

P.S. Literary Agency @PSLiterary · 2d

"YA version of the young members of the Leverage team (Hardison, Eliot, and Parker)! I love thieves for good." @kurestinarmada #MSWL

Sharon Belcastro @SharonBelcastro · 2d

#mswl Ya where protagonist works in family business with themes of identity, family feuds, or sibling rivalry